Board Of Director Policies<O:p> </O:p>
Adopted January 24, 1998<O:p> </O:p><O:p></O:p>
Board may meet in closed sessions to discuss litigation, etc.<O:p> </O:p>
In the interest of an appropriate balance between privacy and disclosure, legal discussions and correspondence is protected under attorney/client privilege and must remain exempt from disclosure to members and printed in the regular meeting minutes.<O:p> </O:p>
Adopted January 23, 1999, Amended January 9, 2005<O:p> </O:p><O:p></O:p>
Current and future FAA President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer will receive a credit of one-half the then current annual dues of air rights members as reimbursement for the incidental expenses they incur on behalf of the air park.<O:p> </O:p>
(This wording was adopted last Annual Meeting. It précised the 1998 wording.)<O:p> </O:p>
Adopted October 29, 2000<O:p> </O:p><O:p></O:p>
No hangars will be allowed to be constructed until the construction of the primary residence has begun. Hangar plans submitted to the ACC will not be approved until construction of the primary residence has begun, unless they are submitted to the ACC with a copy of the building permit of the primary residence.<O:p> </O:p>
(Was adopted by ACC and Board and communicated in a letter to the entire membership.)<O:p> </O:p>
Adopted July 02, 2004<O:p> </O:p><O:p></O:p>
All requests from members to the Board of Directors shall be in writing before action on the item will take place.<O:p> </O:p>
Adopted August 5, 2005<O:p> </O:p><O:p></O:p>
Established policy that prohibits the Board from releasing records sent directly to the Board by members filing complaints against other members. Only the accused member will have access or receive copies of the complaint. If litigation is threatened or pending, no files will be released.<O:p> </O:p>
Adopted November 18, 2005<O:p> </O:p><O:p></O:p>
POLICY REGARDING ADDITIONAL RESIDENTIAL UNITS WITHIN THE AIRPARK<O:p> </O:p>
The properties comprising the community know as Frontier Airpark are burdened by Declarations that covenant the use of the property as to types and number of residential facilities erected on them. Specifically there are Declarations of Easements, Covenants, Reservations and Restrictions recorded under Auditors File Numbers 8211160150 and 8311095001 and multiple versions of Declaration of Protective Covenants, Restriction and Reservations recorded against various groups of lots in 1995 through 2000. These “1995” Covenants all defer to AFN 8211160150 and AFN 8311095001 in the event of conflict with same. AFN 8211160150 and AFN 8311095001 are commonly referred to as the “1982 Covenants” and “1983 Covenants”, .
The various 1995 Covenants expired in total in September, 2005 which renders them moot as to whatever restrictions they impose on uses of the land. They all stipulated that the Declarations recorded in 1982 and 1983 shall run with the property in perpetuity. For these reasons, we view the 1995 Covenants as inapplicable to the resolution of a policy on additional residential units erected and/or used by individual Frontier Air Park Owners Association members.
our policy using the plain and ordinary meanings of words in the text of the Declarations. Also, the lists of examples found in the text were considered to be illustrative rather than limiting.
Using the foregoing rational, our interpretation of the meaning and intent of these 1982 and 1983 Declarations Articles:
ARTICLE I. DEFINITIONS, G. “General Plan” shall mean and refer to: a. All parcels shall be used for residential purposes and/or private hangars only.
ARTICLE V. USE RESTRICTIONS, A. General: Each parcel or subdivided portion thereof in the property shall be used solely and exclusively for residential private living units with “out buildings” such as garages, guest houses, barns or hangars.
Additional private family residences that are fully compliant with Snohomish County Code are allowed per the 1982 and 1983 Declarations, conditioned upon the prior completion and occupation of an ACC approved primary residence. These units can only be used as residences by property owners’ immediate family members who are related by blood, marriage or adoption. No monetary consideration for the use of these units can be awarded or passed to the property owner/member of the Association.
These additional residential units can also be used by temporary, non family related guests of the property owners for a limited period of time. At no time are non primary residential units to be used as permanent residential facilities by property owners/members of the Association. The owners of additional residential units are at all times prohibited from receiving compensation or consideration in kind for use of these facilities.
This policy is not intended to address the separate requirements of Snohomish County laws regarding occupancy or land use. The Association’s authority to enforce the 1982 and 1983 Declarations is independent of the County’s authority to enforce County laws. Such zoning issues are properly addressed to the County, not the Association.
Randy Vranish – President
Gregg Ortega -
Lynn Jefferson – Secretary
Beau Walker -